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We design and implement Bioclimatic Houses

Bioclimatic design or bioclimatic architecture means the design of buildings and spaces (indoor and outdoor) which seeks to ensure thermal and visual comfort conditions with thw widest possible use of passive cooling & heating systems.

For this purpose we use solar energy and other renewable sources, the local climate, usually referred to as microclimate, as well as the properties of building materials and architectural elements.


Why we invest in Bioclimatic Design?

 Meeting energy needs

The purpose of bioclimatic design is to build houses designed to fully meet their energy needs and on the other hand the burden of the environment with emissioons harmful to the environment, to be zero in the annual balance.

Furthermore, we aim to build homes whose heating and cooling energy needs are fully met through geothermal energy exploitation systems, where the electricity needed for heat pumps is generated through photovoltaic cells.

Finally, the construction of houses in the context of the usual cost of construction, but with respect to the limited resources of the natural environment.

Bioclimatic Residential Design Objectives

Ensuring sunbathing in winter

Protection from strong winter winds

Minimize heat loss in winter

Summer sun protection

The exploitation of cool winds in summer

The removal of excess heat in the summer

Which are the key features of a Bioclimatic Home?

 It saves a lot of money 

The operating cost of a bioclimatic house is reduced by up to 40% compared to a non-bioclimatically designed house.


 It has proper insulation


 It offers proper indoor air quality

It also minimizes the influx of pollutants into the space.


 Protects the environment

A bioclimatic prefabricated house helps protect the environment from building contaminants.


 Offers Visual Comfort 

The bioclimatic house is designed to take advantage of natural light throughout the day.


 Offers Thermal Comfort 

It is warm in winter and cool in summer. The way to achieve this is to make a large windows and openings to the south or east as well as smaller openings to the north and west, so that the house does not lose energy and is heated or cooled depending on the season using natural energy sources.


 Saves Heat 

With the use of materials with high heat capacity such as stone or concrete, which with the right study can store heat and provide it when the supply of external heat ceases, i.e the sun.


 It offers better quality of life

Upgrade your quality of life by saving energy and money while protecting the environment.

The construction sector and environmental pollution

CO2 Production

The construction sector accounts for about 50% of CO2 production in Greece. Due to the burning of fossil fuels for cooling / heating homes but also because large amounts of energy are consumed for the extraction, construction and transport of building materials, so even more fossil fuels.

In addition, a building “pollutes” when it excretes toxic substances in the soil, water or air. Many of these chemicals are not visible but are inhaled through the air. For example, solvents are a key factor in the formation of photochemical clouds. On the other side are the building materials, which are basically natural.



Which are characterized as natural materials?

Natural material is characterized by one that does not need to consume much energy for its production and has no toxic effect during its life, while they are easily absorded and dissolved after the end of their use.



What thermal insulation materials are used in a bioclimatic house?

Heraklith insulating sheets are used to make a bioclimatic house, which are made of wood bark and are available almost everywhere. It is a material that is easy to use, breathable and non-toxic, while costing less that the polystyrene widely used. Insulation of fiber fibers such as gutta and sisal, which are available in the form of vegetable wool, can be used in frames and joints.